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  • (UPDATE) John Edwards admits to fathering child w/ mistress; engaged to mistress?

    Vice Presidential candidate Sen. John Edwards was caught visiting his mistress and secret love child at 2:40 this morning in a [COLOR=blue ! important][COLOR=blue ! important]Los [COLOR=blue ! important]Angeles [/COLOR][COLOR=blue ! important]hotel[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] by the NATIONAL ENQUIRER.

    The married ex-senator from [COLOR=blue ! important][COLOR=blue ! important]North [COLOR=blue ! important]Carolina[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] - whose wife Elizabeth continues to battle cancer -- met with his mistress, blonde divorcee Rielle Hunter, at the Beverly [COLOR=blue ! important][COLOR=blue ! important]Hilton[/COLOR][/COLOR] on Monday night July 21 - and the NATIONAL ENQUIRER was there! He didn't leave until early the next morning.

    Rielle had driven to [COLOR=blue ! important][COLOR=blue ! important]Los [COLOR=blue ! important]Angeles[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] from Santa Barbara with a male friend for the rendezvous with Edwards. The former senator attended a press event Monday afternoon with L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa on the topic of how to combat homelessness.

    But a months-long NATIONAL ENQUIRER investigation had yielded information that Rielle and Edwards, 54, had arranged to secretly meet afterward and for the ex-senator to spend some time with both his mistress and the love child who he refuses to publicly acknowledge as his own.

    The NATIONAL ENQUIRER broke the story of Edwards' love child scandal last year, when Rielle was still pregnant and Edwards was still considered a strong candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination.
    Both parties denied the NATIONAL ENQUIRER report and a close friend of Edwards' came forward and said he was the father of Rielle's baby. But sources told the NATIONAL ENQUIRER a far different story - they revealed that Edwards was engineering a massive cover up of his shocking infidelity.

    Sources came forward after that story appeared and told The NATIONAL ENQUIRER that Edwards and Rielle had met secretly several times, so that he could see his baby and continue his relationship with Rielle.
    The NATIONAL ENQUIRER learned that one such meeting was set for yesterday and observed the secret meeting.
    At 9:45 p.m. (PST) Monday Edwards appeared at the [COLOR=blue ! important][COLOR=blue ! important]hotel[/COLOR][/COLOR], and was dropped off at a side entrance. NATIONAL ENQUIRER reporter Alan Butterfield witnessed the ex-senator get out of a BMW driven by a male companion and stroll into the hotel.
    Said Butterfield: "Edwards was not carrying anything. He walked in alone. He was wearing a blue dress shirt with the sleeves rolled up. He was looking around nervously before he entered the hotel.

    "Once inside, he interestingly bypassed the lobby and ducked down a side stairs to go to the bottom floor to catch the elevator up - rather than taking the elevator in the main lobby. He went out of his way not to be seen."
    Meanwhile, Reille had reserved rooms 246 and 252 under the name of the friend who had accompanied her from Santa Barbara, Bob McGovern. Reille was in one room and McGovern was in another with her baby. This allowed her and Edwards to spend time alone, a source revealed.

    Edwards went out of the hotel briefly with Reille, was observed by the NATIONAL ENQUIRER and then went back to her room, where he stayed until attempting to sneak out of the hotel unseen at 2:40 a.m. (PST). But when he emerged alone from an elevator into the hotel basement he was greeted by several reporters from the NATIONAL ENQUIRER.

    Senior NATIONAL ENQUIRER Reporter Alexander Hitchen asked Edwards why he was visiting Rielle and whether he was ready to confirm that he was the father of her baby.
    Shocked to see a reporter, and without saying anything, Edwards ran up the stairs leading from the hotel basement to the lobby. But, spotting a photographer, he doubled back into the basement. As he emerged from the stairwell, reporter Butterfield asked questioned him about his hookup with Reille.

    Edwards did not answer and then ran into a nearby restroom. He stayed inside for about 15 minutes, refusing to answer questions from the NATIONAL ENQUIRER about what he was doing in the hotel. A group of [COLOR=blue ! important][COLOR=blue ! important]hotel [COLOR=blue ! important]security[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] men eventually escorted him from the men's room, while preventing the NATIONAL ENQUIRER reporters from following him out of the hotel.

    Said reporter Hitchen: "After we confronted him about seeing Rielle, Edwards looked like a deer caught in headlights!

    "He was clearly surprised that we had caught him at this very late hour inside the hotel.

    \ "Some guests up at this late hour watched the spectacle in amusement from a staircase nearby."

    Meanwhile, Rielle's friend McGovern also refused to answer any questions from the NATIONAL ENQUIRER or offer any explanation for her meeting with Edwards.
    The Edwards "love child" scandal drew international press attention after the NATIONAL ENQUIRER published a blockbuster investigation about the politician in our Dec. 31, 2007 print edition.
    We reported that Rielle, a woman linked to Edwards in a cheating scandal earlier last year, was more than six months pregnant - and we reported that she told a close confidante that Edwards was the father of her baby!
    Edwards denied the affair and that he was the father, and in a bizarre twist, a close friend of his, Alexander Young, said he was the father. Young, 41, was married at the time with three children. The NATIONAL ENQUIRER has learned he still is married.
    Sources told the NATIONAL ENQUIRER exclusively that Edwards had engineered a massive cover up of the affair and love child scandal and that Young was taking the blame for his good friend. At the time Rielle had been relocated from the [COLOR=blue ! important][COLOR=blue ! important]New [COLOR=blue ! important]York[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] area to Chapel Hill in Edwards' home state of North Carolina, where she was living in an upscale gated community down the street from Young. Strangely, Young even had Rielle to his house for dinner with his wife and kids, the NATIONAL ENQUIRER has learned.

    Young has been extremely close to Edwards for years and was a key official in his presidential campaign.

    Rielle is a self-described filmmaker whose company was hired by a pro-Edwards group called One America Committee. She was paid $114,000 to produce videos for Edwards' campaign and worked with him on those videos.
    Reporters from other media outlets asked Edwards about The NATIONAL ENQUIRER report during a campaign stop in Columbia, S.C.
    Edwards responded: "The story is false. It's completely untrue, ridiculous," adding: "Anyone who knows me knows that I have been in love with the same woman for 30-plus years."
    Rielle issued her own statement, saying in part: "The innuendos and lies that have appeared on the Internet and in the NATIONAL ENQUIRER concerning John Edwards are not true, completely unfounded and ridiculous."
    But a source told the NATIONAL ENQUIRER: "Now that it seems to have blown wide open, Rielle may get her wish - all she wants is for John to marry her and for them to live happily ever after with their baby. She's tired of running and living a lie."

    A representative for Reille had no comment on last night's meeting with Edwards.

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    The NATIONAL ENQUIRER is the source?

    Um, Ok.

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    • #3
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      • #4
        Obama won't ask Edwards to be his VP now, will he?

        (Not that it would have happened anyway)

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Celtic View Post
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          The NATIONAL ENQUIRER is the source?

          Um, Ok.

          Referred to by elderly Americans as "the Paper."
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Johnny H View Post
            Referred to by elderly Americans as "the Paper."

            One of my favorite movies.

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            • #7
              Weekly World News.

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              • #8
                One of these trash papers is the one that broke the Gennifer Flowers story, and they were right. Is it that implausible that Edwards has a mistress?

                But who cares anyway? Two-time loser, he's yesterday's news anyway.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Celtic View Post
                  One of my favorite movies.
                  Same here.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Airshark View Post
                    One of these trash papers is the one that broke the Gennifer Flowers story, and they were right. Is it that implausible that Edwards has a mistress?

                    But who cares anyway? Two-time loser, he's yesterday's news anyway.
                    And the favorite to win the Democratic nomination according to some on this board 9 months ago...

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                    • #11
                      His wife was on Colbert last night, and she's not so much a hottie.
                      "At a time like this, scorching irony, not convincing argument, is needed."
                      – Frederick Douglass, doing an amazing job since 1852

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by YYZ View Post
                        His wife was on Colbert last night, and she's not so much a hottie.
                        she is 59, with cancer......

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                        • #13
                          I know, I was trying to be insensitive to support the whole mistress thing.
                          "At a time like this, scorching irony, not convincing argument, is needed."
                          – Frederick Douglass, doing an amazing job since 1852

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                          • #14
                            Until this hits a credible news outlet, I'm going to consider it a non-story.
                            To crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of the women.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by ort View Post
                              Until this hits a credible news outlet, I'm going to consider it a non-story.
                              Even after it hits a credible news outlet, I'm going to consider it a non-story.

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